• Trump rails against Senate rules in wake of health care defeat
Trump rails against Senate rules in wake of health care defeat

But after the vote failed he railed that McCain and the two other Republicans who went against party lines had "let the American people down". "So many great future bills & budgets need 60 votes", he tweeted . But he urged fellow Republican senators to pass it in order to set up a committee of House and Senate lawmakers to meld the two com...

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  • Panama Papers: Nawaz Sharif dismissed, David Cameron still not investigated
Panama Papers: Nawaz Sharif dismissed, David Cameron still not investigated

Sources said that the former Federal Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will likely be brought in as the interim prime minister for 45 days as Shahbaz Sharif doesn't hold the membership of national assembly and he will have to win a by-election for NA seat.

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  • One killed in shooting at Israeli embassy in Jordan
One killed in shooting at Israeli embassy in Jordan

It is one of the most serious incidents between the two countries since they signed a peace treaty in 1994. "In accordance with the Vienna Convention, the security officer has immunity from investigation and imprisonment", the statement said.

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  • Putin: Russia will retaliate if 'insolent' USA lawmakers pass sanctions bill
Putin: Russia will retaliate if 'insolent' USA lawmakers pass sanctions bill

Russia's response mirrors moves by outgoing President Barack Obama last December to expel 35 Russian diplomats and shut down two Russian estates in the U.S. The 184-page bill seeks to hit Mr Putin and the oligarchs close to him by targeting Russian corruption, human rights abusers, and crucial sectors of the Russian economy, including weapons ...

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  • Judiciary Committee to turn the Russian Federation investigation back on Fusion GPS
Judiciary Committee to turn the Russian Federation investigation back on Fusion GPS

Browder said that to protect the vast amounts of money, some of which he said was in American banks, Putin launched a campaign to repeal the Magnitsky Act, a US law that imposed sanctions on Russian officials whom the USA held responsible for the 2009 death of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who died in a Russian jail after being retained by Browd...

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  • Won't declare 39 Indians missing in Mosul as dead: Sushma Swaraj
Won't declare 39 Indians missing in Mosul as dead: Sushma Swaraj

Swaraj assured that she would infrom the Parliament if the session is on or inform them via Twitter about the missing Indians. Swaraj said during her interaction with Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari here on Monday, she sought an update on the missing Indians backed up by evidence.

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  • Hamas should remain on terror blacklist, says European Union court
Hamas should remain on terror blacklist, says European Union court

In an opinion a year ago, the ECJ's advocate general Eleanor Sharpston also recommended Hamas be taken off the blacklist which imposes a ban on funding for terror organisations and travel restrictions on its members. ECJ Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston in September joined those demanding Hamas be dropped from the "terror" list. The applic...

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  • US Secretary Of State Tillerson Denies Rumors He Is Leaving Job
US Secretary Of State Tillerson Denies Rumors He Is Leaving Job

Tillerson's job status has been the subject of much speculation this week in Washington following a report from CNN . "He's deeply engaged in that work", The Hill reported . Tillerson was scheduled to receive visiting Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri and Qatar's foreign minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, according to the state...

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  • Iran: Warning Shots in the Persian Gulf Indicate Growing Tensions
Iran: Warning Shots in the Persian Gulf Indicate Growing Tensions

The shots were used as a last resort after the Iranian ship failed to respond to calls over the radio and sound signals from the American ships, including five blasts from the U.S. The sound of machine gun fire followed. It said the Thunderbolt fired into the air "with the intention to provoke and create fear". Iran and the USA frequently have te...

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  • Teen Who Livestreamed Sister's Death On Instagram Arrested In California
Teen Who Livestreamed Sister's Death On Instagram Arrested In California

An 18-year-old teenager from California live-streamed her sister's death in a terrifying vehicle crash on Instagram . In the first part of the video, Sanchez is smiling and throwing up signs, her eyes focused on her phone and her live Instagram video, not on the road.

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  • Rauner threatens to call another special session
Rauner threatens to call another special session

News 8 asked Governor Rauner what he would do if lawmakers don't send a bill to his desk by July 31st, but he didn't give any specific plans other than sending lawmakers back to Springfield . "We slowed down the process in the Senate in order to let everyone blow off some steam, politically speaking". "I'd like the opportunity to make sure he know...

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  • Three die in clashes over Jerusalem mosque
Three die in clashes over Jerusalem mosque

More than 200 Palestinians - the majority believed to be the perpetrators - and dozens of Israelis have been killed in the attacks . Palestinian protests across Jerusalem and the West Bank on Friday left three Palestinians killed. Crowds gathered outside Jerusalem's Old City found shops closed and streets around Damascus Gate, the entrance m...

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  • Unemployment falls to 3.7 percent
Unemployment falls to 3.7 percent

The state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased slightly to 3.2 percent, compared with 3.8 percent a year ago. Indiana's unemployment rate fell to 3 percent in June, down from 3.2 percent in May. About 500 industry sector jobs were lost locally during the month, Weaver wrote, with about 100 jobs being lost in the farming industry and ...

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  • Polish president sees flaws in contentious law on top court
Polish president sees flaws in contentious law on top court

Poland's Senate approved the measure early Saturday, capping days of debate and demonstrations. The bill, sponsored by the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS), was passed by parliament's lower house earlier in the day after tumultuous debate, triggering one of the biggest protests since the PiS came to power in late 2015.

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  • Sean Spicer Leaves Post of White House Press Secretary
Sean Spicer Leaves Post of White House Press Secretary

Elite Daily reached out to the White House for information about the resignation and Spicer's reported dislike of Scaramucci , but did not hear back at publication time . On Trump's first full day in office, he lambasted journalists over coverage of the crowd size at the inauguration and stormed out of the briefing room without answering ...

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  • Clashes between worshippers, Israeli police outside Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque
Clashes between worshippers, Israeli police outside Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque

The rioting was sparked by new security measures introduced over the weekend by the Israelis after police were attacked at the site, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as the Temple Mount . "They are gradually trying to completely control the mosque", he said. Netanyahu rejected Muslim allegations that Israel is changing lon...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo expecting fourth child with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez
Cristiano Ronaldo expecting fourth child with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez

This will be the first child he shared with the 22-year-old model. Asked how the children are, Ronaldo, 32, replied with a big smile, saying: "They are handsome, I'm very happy - He replied with a big smile". The footballer met Georgina nearly a year ago at a Dolce & Gabbana party in Madrid. "Yes, very", he replied when asked if he was excite...

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  • Karnataka government appoints panel to design its own state flag
Karnataka government appoints panel to design its own state flag

In a big development, the Congress government in Karnataka has set up a nine member committee to design a state flag (an identity symbol unique to the state), according to a report in The Times of India . Though Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has defended his government's move on the grounds that constitution does not bar states from having its own...

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  • Former US House Speaker Freed
Former US House Speaker Freed

His official release date had been scheduled for August 16. When Illinois former Gov. George Ryan was released from an IN prison IN 2013 after five years for corruption, he traveled to a halfway house IN Chicago, but was released to return to his home IN Kankakee within hours.

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  • Community mourns woman shot by Mpls
Community mourns woman shot by Mpls

Justine Damond , from Sydney , died on Saturday night. The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says that police were called about a possible assault at around 11:30pm. It has emerged that the policeman identified as firing the shot that killed Ms Damond, Mohamed Noor , is a relatively inexperienced officer of just two-years' service and has th...

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